Trends we spotted | Week 32 2017
At Horecatrends we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write articles about, the smaller trends we use in our column ‘Trends we spotted this week’. This week amongst others, a tool that helps you to cut your vegetables exactly as you like and the creator of world’s most expensive hamburger opens pop-up restaurants.
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Dutch chef Diego Buik, known as the creator of the most expensive hamburger in the world, is going to open pop-up restaurants in four different cities. The world’s most expensive hamburger will not be on the menu, instead you could go for a hamburger menu, with fries ‘developed by the Frietboutique’ and a dessert. Estimated costs: 30 euros.
Seen on Facebook: a cutting board that helps you cut vegetables, meat or other products perfectly up to the millimeter. Handy for the home cooks who strive for perfection and like to cut their carrot, potato and other vegetables brunoise or julienne.
A beerspa just openend in Iceland, a place where you can soak in a bath of beer. It’s not the first beerspa in the world, we wrote about Hop In The Spa in the USA back in 2016. They brought the benefits of beer inspired ingredients, minerals, and proprietary additives into cedar soaking tubs.
As cold brew continues to rapidly grow in popularity, illy announces its new cold brew coffee steeping pack for distinguished hotels, restaurants and cafés. The illy cold brew steeping pack launch comes at a time when the decades-old infusion process is experiencing rapid growth, especially in the United States over the past 24 months.